Ke$ha’s bratty, grating ode to non-stop debauchery, “Tik Tok,” made her one of 2010’s biggest breakout stars, and the sorta-rapper/sorta-singer was quick to capitalize on that success. Just nine months after the release of her debut LP, Animal, she returned with Cannibal, which includes another chart-topping hit, “We R Who We R,” and eight other delightful little dance-pop ditties. Are these songs alluring and dastardly propaganda that encourages impressionable youngsters to be massive pieces of shit? Of course. Will either of these facts impede your enjoyment of Ke$ha’s amoral, brain-dead, and relentlessly hooky singles in concert? Probably not.